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    I know you have experience with Grimes lowpro intakes, would it be benificial to put one in a tx19 condor? for a 10 bracket boat with 700-750hp?
    Its a FORD thing chevy's arent quick enough to understand

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    i had an MPD low pro in my cp19 with around 800 hp. the thing left way hard compared to my other cp19s id had before and ran super low to the water, didnt need alot of height to run quick. more flat n fast, and only needed to run a mini droop

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    Quote Originally Posted by 78CoLeBBF View Post
    I know you have experience with Grimes lowpro intakes, would it be benificial to put one in a tx19 condor? for a 10 bracket boat with 700-750hp?
    Anytime you can lower the thrust line is a good thing. We had real good luck with this intake intake in some of the boats we ran thru the years. The Grimes intake was a casting that was made off the original MPD low profile intake. Jack ran out of Bayjet casting that he would modify and make that intake. There is one small design flaw that has to be taken into consideration when setting the intake into a boat or you will experience loading issues at high speeds. Also being it is an intake that is rarely used in a gull wing, a little thought has to be used in the setup. rieplate angle, shoe depth, and nozzle are going to be different than what you would normally use in a gullwing. There is no reason that it will not work , just take you time and I'm sure it will be a benefit to your boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greg shoemaker View Post
    Anytime you can lower the thrust line is a good thing. We had real good luck with this intake intake in some of the boats we ran thru the years. The Grimes intake was a casting that was made off the original MPD low profile intake. Jack ran out of Bayjet casting that he would modify and make that intake. There is one small design flaw that has to be taken into consideration when setting the intake into a boat or you will experience loading issues at high speeds. Also being it is an intake that is rarely used in a gull wing, a little thought has to be used in the setup. rieplate angle, shoe depth, and nozzle are going to be different than what you would normally use in a gullwing. There is no reason that it will not work , just take you time and I'm sure it will be a benefit to your boat.
    what is the consideration?
    Its a FORD thing chevy's arent quick enough to understand

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    Quote Originally Posted by 78CoLeBBF View Post
    what is the consideration?
    This something I need to explain to you. Call me at the shop 951 272 6060 Greg

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